Reforming Marlowe: the nineteenth-century canonization of a Renaissance dramatist
Reforming Marlowe seeks to analyze Marlow's reception in the nineteenth century in order to trace critical interpretations from their specific social, economic, and political origins.
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The Discovery of Marlowe in the Early Nineteenth
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A. H. Bullen account of Marlowe's actor Alexander Dyce Altick artistic atheism Atheist's Tragedy ballad biographical blank verse Broughton Bullen canon Christopher Marlowe Collier Collier's forgeries considered critical cultural discussion Dodsley Dodsley's Dowden Dyce's early nineteenth century edition of Marlowe's editor educators effort Elizabethan Ellis English drama English Dramatic Poetry English literary English Literature English studies evidence excerpts fact Faustus Havelock Ellis Hazlitt Hero and Leander History of English Horne Horne's Hunt's Ibid influence interpretation of Marlowe Jew of Malta John Payne Collier Lamb Lamb's later literary history literary theory London lowe's Marlowe scholarship Marlowe's biography Marlowe's death Marlowe's plays moral Moreover old plays Oxberry passion Pickering edition playwright poet poetic political popular readers Renaissance drama reputation romantic says scholars seems sexual Shakespeare social specifically spirit stage Swinburne Swinburne's Symonds Symonds's Taine Taine's Tamburlaine texts textual theater tion University Victorian view of Marlowe